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Shaping San FranciscoMystery of Laguna Dolores

something has gone horribly wrong 8-p
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Christopher Richard, aquatic biologist at the Oakland Museum of California, has deciphered the earliest accounts of the water features of the San Francisco peninsula... working with maps, original Spanish diary entries, and a clear understanding of Mission settlement patterns, Richard builds his argument that the century-old myth of a freshwater lake in the Mission is unsustainable.

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Artist/Composer: Shaping San Francisco
Keywords: water; lakes; ecology; Mission period; Spanish colonization; San Francisco; Mission Dolores; creeks; shorelines

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